A grip that is so good looking - hard to believe it came from the leftover bits from making other grips
ODI partnered with Bjorn Bikes on building a sustainably sourced grip without sacrificing performance. As a result they produced 100% recycled grips. The grips are made at ODI’s headquarters in the USA using recycled post-industrial rubber from ODI’s grip manufacturing.
The new Bjorn v2.1 Lock-On grips are produced using 100% post-industrial TPE which is gathered and recycled in-house to ensure consistent quality and to help eliminate waste. Due to the high quality of the materials that ODI uses in their initial production, the material is able to retain over 95% of its original durability or soft feel.
Who knew sustainability could feel so good
The grips have also been designed to add comfort at the contact points using textured pads and an offset design on the palm side for more padding as well as a saddle on the underside of the grip for more comfortable thumb placement when riding. All of this built on top of ODI’s proprietary V2.1 Lock-On system for easy installation and 100% secure grip placement.